Passengers wait in front of self-service check-in kiosks at Orly Terminal 3 during the reopening of Orly Airport, June 26, 2020, in Paris.
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Good news for Moroccan travelers to France. All health restrictions for travel to France have been lifted in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. This was confirmed by the French Embassy in Morocco on Twitter.
All health travel restrictions to and from France have been lifted. Yesterday Monday from 1R In August 2022, the Border Health Control System was abolished. The French Embassy in Morocco confirmed this in a message on Twitter.
Therefore, the rules previously applied to travelers to France no longer apply.
Travelers no longer have to complete any formalities before arriving in France, mainland France and abroad, and are no longer required to issue a health pass, regardless of country or origin.
No additional proof of travel such as compelling reason is required.
Travelers are no longer required to present an affidavit of non-contamination or an antigenic or biological test upon arrival in France.